Security & Policing 2019 is the official UK Government Global Security event. Visitors can meet, network and discuss the latest advances in delivering national security and resilience with UK suppliers, colleagues and government officials in a discreet environment.
For the first time in its history it will be attended by the Home Secretary, The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP. He says, “Security & Policing 2019 reinforces our commitment to protecting UK citizens in an integrated partnership with the private sector to ensure we have the best response to defeat terrorism and organised crime.”
Stay ahead of the latest developments in security and resilience
Free to attend for qualifying visitors, the event takes place from 5-7 March in Farnborough and will be the biggest event yet, offering many benefits of attending such as:
- Guided immersive tours of specially constructed experiences showing innovative solutions to tackle challenges associated with CBRN, prison visitor verification and serious organised crime
- The display of products and services of hundreds of exhibitors (with more than 50 exhibiting for the first time)
- Keynote briefings led by the Home Secretary and the Minister for Security and Economic Crime, covering areas such as counter terrorism and offender management
- New dedicated Market Place area to hear daily pitches on product launches and innovations
- Live Demo Arena with real life scenarios depicted by partners such as the British Transport Police and Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service
- New Government Demonstration Zone to facilitate knowledge sharing of programmes and projects
- Government Networking Zone to talk with representatives from departments and agencies about topics in a work context.
In 2018, 95% of visitors to Security & Policing said they gained valuable knowledge and 94% identified suppliers of new technology and services. 92% rated the quality of exhibiting companies as high and 95% would recommend Security & Policing to a colleague.
Who is this exclusive event aimed at?
The nature of the content makes it particularly of interest to UK law enforcement officials, first responders, border agency personnel, Criminal Justice agencies, and those with an interest in Critical National Infrastructure and crowded places. All visitors are approved against Home Office criteria.